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I bought a spare derailleur hanger to stuff in my Camelbak just in case. The original hanger on my 2010 Blur LT2 is still going strong. Given that Santa Cruz has started to phase out the Blur line, I figured it was a good idea to order a spare so I'd have one if needed.
I picked up a new chain stay protector to spruce up my 2010 Blur LT2. Fits and looks great. My old one held up great over 2000 miles of thrashing on technical terrain in all kinds of conditions. After 3 years though, the lettering is getting a little worn, so a new protector was in order. Saved the old one, functionally it is good as new.
These pads are very comfortable, and the VPD material offers more protection than the 661 EVO pads I tried also. They were a great deal on sale at $65. I worried though how secure they would be with only one retention strap. I am recovering from knee surgery and want the best protection available. So I returned them and opted for the POC VPD 2.0s (at full price unfortunately). The 2.0s have straps above and below the knee. I've used these a few times already, and have no issues with the pads slipping down.